TEAORUN, the Goddess of the sun and mother of the sky.She is a keeper of light that illuminates all life and the queen of the skies. Her hair symbolizes the fertilizing rays of the sun and the birth of life.
Photo by: Canvas
Model: Tierra Benton
Makeup: Abi Yussuf
So nad tut got me xs in this. The top looked like a bib, and im pretty sure i was walking around the festival with a cammel toe the whole time. Boy do i know how to work the camra
When Nadia Does Her Scary Eyes -
No one survives.
So I mentioned a little while ago I was performing at a festival, well this is the one! An all ages event right in the heart of wakefield! A mixture of live bands, poetry, art and a pop-up cinema! Please check out the Facebook and twitter pages 👍
I can’t believe it’s Sunday already! I’ve been camped out at Glastonbury since Wednesday, and the time has whizzed by in a blur of mud and music.
I spent a good time hanging out on Friday with Jess and Bern Goyder, sibling musicians and a couple of Glasto vets, who showed me some of the highlights of the green fields.
Yesterday I chatted to Polly Money, the most smiley musician ever, who got a great reception on the BBC Introducing Stage. Afterwards I met The Tuts, an all-girl band from ‘aaaayes in London, for a chat around the Leftfield campfire. The Tuts are a totally raucous trio, with big attitudes, bigger minds and the hooks to go with it. They had plenty to say about conservation, Coca-Cola and Ace Ventura - all hot topics!
To most people it must sound absolutely mental to jump on a plane to go to a music festival to chat to a few bands about nature, but it’s been such a trip. So appreciative of all the awesome artists who have been cool enough to be involved with this. The journey will continue when I bring Homegrown Sound to TURF fest in Toronto, as soon as I land back in Canada. I’m excited to start sharing these videos once all the mud and dust settles. Gotta dash right now to chat to another band backstage at John Peel. It’s going to be so tough leaving here tomorrow. Viva Glasto! Much love.